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Jörgen [b.k.a. Josch] Schlegel‘s photographic work is concept-driven and illustrates functional places and everyday surrealities in a very specific interplay.
the vision behind his concept is to create a kind of visual dis- and re-assembly of the world around us in terms of pure simplicity.
Josch is also writer and fascinated by the spirit of fluxus, the interaction between the analog and digital world and post-digital media strategies.

· architecture
· new topographics
· daily life installations
· minimalism
· abstraction
· documentation



· traces of human life vol.1
· traces of human life vol.2
· traces of human life vol.3
· traces of human life vol.4
· Kleinstadtangst! vol.1
· Westdeutscher Braunkohle­tagebau "Garzweiler" 2011-2016 (german)
· Verlassener Ort vol.1 (german)
· Verlassener Ort vol.2 (german)

all items are built on demand and will reach you with a personal dedication.
please send me a mail [see 'contact' below] for further details!


tumblr: 'Traces of human Life'
started in 2013 under my then brand 'waidwund', this project gives a broad insight of my photographic language. from time to time pictures get support by written thoughts. part of the overall concept of this blog is that it ticks like a metronome, reliably publishing a new piece of work every 5 days at 6:30pm CET.
[more about structures in the instagram section]

as you can see it's often about structures in my work, and so it is with my IG feed. works completely against the original intention of *insta*gram, which is the fun bit for me at the moment. i let it flow my way, and sometimes i'm wondering about the outcome as i seem to react in a quite sensitive way on my environment and the signals it sends. if you witness a conceptual change here, some substantial things happened in my life.

i use vsco more as a visual from time to time diary. the overall artistic level on this platform is really astounding - get a look!

my love for writing finally found an outlet in my native language, and this thing still needs some time to grow and get honed concept-wise. the link will show up here when i feel confident enough...

mail [at] josch [dot] org

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